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What data does SSNAP collect?

If you are interested in how stroke patient data is collected and used by SSNAP, a useful information sheet can be downloaded using the button below:

For England and Wales: 

We have also created the below documents which explain how patient consent is obtained for six month follow-up assessments after stroke. One is the full detailed guide and the other is a simpler easy access version. These are available to download using the buttons below. 

National Data Opt Out and SSNAP

Patients should note that the National Data Opt-Out ( does not apply to data entered onto SSNAP and if a patient has opted out via the National Data Opt-Out, their data will still be included. Patients can choose to opt-out of the audit locally, such that their personal identifiable information will not be stored or used for any purpose by the audit. Opting out from SSNAP will not affect the care a patient receives. For more information on how to opt-out from the audit or access the data collected about you, please contact your hospital directly.

Find us

Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme
Kings College London
Addison House
Guy's Campus


0116 464 9901